Inside AI Policy

April 12, 2024

Mozilla, CDT lead on filing highlighting benefits of ‘openness in AI models’

By Charlie Mitchell / March 25, 2024

Mozilla, the Center for Democracy and Technology and dozens of public interest groups, think tanks and researchers are pressing Commerce Department officials to recognize the benefits of “openness and transparency” in foundational artificial intelligence models, while urging caution in setting any related export controls.

The groups in a March 25 submission to the National Telecommunications and Information Administration say “many of AI’s most promising applications have already been fueled by open source and open science, and openness can support...


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